North Dakota’s Longest-Running Winter Show Is Coming Up And You Don’t Want To Miss it

The oldest, longest-running agriculture show in North Dakota is back for its 82nd year in Valley City. This show was established back in 1937 and has grown to be the biggest show of its kind in the entire state. Around 30,000 people attend it every single year from all over not only North Dakota, but surrounding states and Canada. It’s the yearly event you don’t want to miss, especially in a state so agriculturally-driven. It’s coming up in 2019 and here is all you need to know:

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The North Dakota Winter Show will be held at 700 7th St. SE, Valley City, ND. The event will span from March 5th all the way until March 10th, 2019. For a full schedule of events, click here. More information about the entire event can be found at its website.

Agriculture has shaped North Dakota into what it is today, so it’s no surprise that this show is one of its biggest events and has been for decades. Take a step back in time to see just how important farming has been in North Dakota through vintage photographs.